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Principals, The Good Ones: Part Two

As I was warned by my grad assistant instructor at MSU, a male teacher must be very careful about many things, including the discipline of upper elementary-age female students. This situation can be handled very well by a thinking and compassionate experienced principal, or very badly by a Napoleon complex-suffering one. Especially be careful of […]

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A Vision of Success

I had an interesting dream recently. In it, I was with my fourth grade class sitting on the lawn at Case High School. (I can’t explain why. You know how dreams work…) While I was teaching my students, a very tall man walked by. A close friend was also sitting with my class. She spoke […]